3 Door Set, 2-panel Pine 24" x 71" each, 1922 Roanoke Virginia Fire Station

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Own a piece of Roanoke, Virginia history! Salvaged from the Roanoke Fire Station #1, this pine wall panel with 3 doors was used to store the personal belongings and equipment of our fire fighting heroes for generations. The wall was rough cut for removal and is not included.

This is a set of three pine 2 panel doors measuring (from left to right respectively) 1 3/8"(L) x 24"(W x 71 1/16"(H), 1 3/8"( 24"(W) x 71 1/2"(H), and 1 3/8"(L) x 24"(W) x 71 3/8"(H). Doors weigh 60 lb each.
The doors are lightly stained with a gloss clearcoat finish on each side. Each is equipped with a steel escutcheon and knob set with black finish, and a pair of steel hinges with black and aged brass finish.

History: This panel was salvaged from the historic Fire Station No. 1 in Downtown Roanoke, Virginia. This station was one of the longest continually operating in Virginia; in use from 1907, until 2007, when a replacement facility was opened. This firehouse and items from it are featured on Season 11, Episode 11, of the DIY Network show, "Salvage Dawgs".

Condition: Very good overall condition with scuffs, scratches, dents, and gouges present throughout. A large piece has splintered from the bottom right of the casing of the center door.

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